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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1904)
Hbe a i I s flebraefcan
, Every Loyal University Student
Is Urged to Patronize these
Nebraskan Advertisers, and
to Mention the Paper
While Doing So.
ART GO0t)S Rosa P. Curtice.
BARBER SHOP Green's, Palaco and
BICYCLES-ATHLETIC GOODS Si
dles. BOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coln Book Store, Unl. Book Store,
Brown Drug Co.
BOOK HOSPITAL Gillespie.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional BOOKBINDL .G Gillespie.
BOWLING ALLEY Crescent.
CARPENTER Geo.A. Wilson.
CIGARS Fred A. Powell, Roylo &
Walker, LindBay, Young.
CLEANERS AND DYERS Elliott,
Soukup & Wood.
CLOTHING Armstrong, Magee &
COAL Gregory, P. D. Smith, White-
CONFECTIONERY Maxwell, Lincoln
DANCING HALL Fraternity Hall.
DENTIST Dr. Jack.
DISEASES OF EYE, EAR & THROAT
DOCTORS Dr.' Mitchell; Dr. Lenhoff.
DRUGGISTS Steinor, Woomponer,
DRY GOODS Miller k. Paine.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Ross Elec
EXPRESS Lincoln Local, Lincoln
FLORISTS Clupin Bros.
FURNITURE Rudge & Guonzcl, A.
M. Davis, Hardy.
HABERDASHERY $2. 50 Hat Store.
HARDWARE Rudgo & Guonzel, F.
" JEWELERS Tucker, Fleming, Wolff.
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros.
MANDOLIN INSTRUCTION Mrs. R.
W. Rhone. Studio, 1332 J,
MILLINERS The Famous.
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
Ui-Tj:CIANS Dr. J. J. Darls, .olff.
PHOTOGRAPHER Townsend, , Hay
den. PIANOS Ross P. Curtice Co.
BLUMBER Korsmeyer " Co. -
POOL AND BILLIARDS B. P. Pow
;el), The Ideal.
PRINTING George Bros., New Cen
tury, Ivy Press, Review Press, Grif
fin & flreei,
RESTAURANTS Westertleid, Home
Cafe. Uni. School 'of Music Cafe,
SHOE REPAIRING Null and McCoy.
Blue. FrontJ9hoiL- " ,
SHINING . PARLQR Union" Shining
STENOGRAPHER Frank 15. Leo.
TAILORS Un. ad, Union College
On Sunday, Nov m' cr 6 we w 11 te'l
10c package of Durham for 5c
20c package of Durham for 10c
Low prices on alt 10c cigars tbis mocth.
One-fourth off on Pipes.
"'"M"1 ' ' m,V . - i-i iii-i-i - .I,.
FRED A. POIAELL fti?J!?
In Otfyer Colleges
On November 11 the largest banquet
over held at Michigan will be given
by the "Michigan Union."
The Seniors at Berkely have de
cided to wear the cap and gown only
on university dnys, which occur fort
nightly. A number of innesola men have
organized a grafters club. It is their
plan to "bum" their way to all the
football games played outside of Min
nesota. In the republican l ally recently hold
In Madison Square garden, a parade of
C.000 men. representlnfl nlumnl of
tvonty-elght colleges, was a feature
of the clay.
The question of making election day
a college holiday is being agitated at
Cornell. It is urged that a largo num
ber of students win roturn home to
vote, whether or not university work
Plans are being made for the open
ing of a college at Johnston City.
Tonn.. for people who were not ablo to
get a college education when young.
A number of elderly men and women
have registered as Freshmen.
If Andrew Larnegle wishes to die
poor, ho should start through college
and attempt to buy all the books that
the professors want him to. Wo will
guarantee that he will be as poor as
a church mouse before he is classi
fied ns a bcnlor Washburn Review.
Letters have been received from
University of Cincinnati and from
Brown University asking for 'i ..anks
glving games with Michigan. At pres
ent Brown seems the most eligible,
but no definite plans have been
A new macadamized road will soon
be built through tho Callfornlan Uni
versity campus. It is expected that
tho construction will afford a valuaolo
object lesson to the students in engi
neering, as well as an example to
municipal authorities in modern street
Thero Is a novel presidential cam
paign going on at Vassar. Campaign
committees have been appointed, head
quarters established and ward workers
are "hiiBtling" votes. The college has
been divided Into wards and about 1.
000 students have registered. Repub
lican and democratic stump speakers
are id evidence and all the machinery
of the election is at work.
i no Senior college annual of the
University of Chicago has frustrated
on attempt to establish an honor sys
tem of examination. Their justifica
tion for this act bus been exprossed by
saying, "If students were observed to
be guilty of dishonosty, the rolloge
man's code of honor would prevent
this being reported to the faculty. The
honor system would thus defoat its
The state museum has Just received
from E. A. Barbour, some beautiful
pine cones, together with specimens
of tho bark of the sugar pine of
Southern California. These were col
lected and donated by Mr. Barbour, U.
of N. '93, now at Ft. beward, Califor
nia. The largest cono is thirteen
inches long and twenty inches in clr
conference. Tho bark is from six to
eight inches thick.
Bust's of Roosevelt and Parker will
be given to the members of the repub
lican and democratic clubs. Maxwoll's,
13th and N.
Dr. W. E. Jack, Dentist, 1301 O St.
Tho P. D. Smith Coal Co. and Tldball-Marsh Co.
Carry the be tgrad s
MONARCH at $6.50, ROCK SPRINGS and
WYOMING LUMP at $850 and ihe bt Colo
rado you ever used at $8.25. All kinds of steam
coal the best money can buy.
Office, 1140 O Street; Phones, Bell 793, Auto. 3373
Yard, 6th and N Streets; Phones, Bell 329, Auto. 2329
Yard, 20th and N; Bell Phone 382
Crescent Bowling Alleys
This route gives you 200 miles along the match
less Columbia River, a great part of the distance
the trains running so close to the river that one
can look from the car window almost directly into
the water, Two through trains daily with ac
commodations for all classes of passengers.
Shortest Line -Fastest Time.
Inquire at CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1044 O Street; Lincoln
Short Cime Loans
Wi Loan Money to You.
PEOPLE'S LOAN AND TRUST CO,
Rom J 07, Ground Floor Fraternity-"Buildlnr
J. K. BURLEIGH, Manacr
E. E. MANN '
Carries a full line of
A. A. WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS
And also Repairs Them,
117 North Elevonth Lincoln
DRUG CO. WTjoIm!. uU Rttall
Automatic Phon 1707 1 M O Strttt
LINCOLN, NEB. '
A. H. GILLI8PIC
Phone J HO . 1524 O Street
The Palace Livery Co
The Finest Turnouts in the City.
UU Phone 453 Automatic Phoni M03
U29-M3J M' STREET
Amo g whi b you
The College Man
Is Particular About Hit Shoes
THE WALKOVER SHOE 1
Is the best shoe for' men's- fl
feet. Cur line k strictly up- 9
to-date. Call and let us m
Roarers & Perkins
e.-Tii .- r--ti- - o...j- .- '
1129 O Street
TlU OF LINCOLN,
MmUM. Vff NED
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